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Bathroom Remodelers in Detroit, MI

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Prescreened Bathroom Remodeling Contractors in Detroit, MI

Smith's Designer Construction, Inc.
References Available
(313) 230-9366
20101 James Couzens
Detroit, MI 48235
 
Adams Building, LLC
5.0
1 Verified Ratings
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(734) 991-8567
9055 Morton Taylor Road
Belleville, MI 48111

Serving Detroit, MI
 
 
L. Micks Building, LLC
4.77
21 Verified Ratings
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(734) 991-8692
19276 Linville
Gross Pointe Woods, MI 48236

Serving Detroit, MI
 
McCarthy's A-1 Construction, Inc.
5.0
9 Verified Ratings
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(734) 352-3355
676 Worchester St
Westland, MI 48186

Serving Detroit, MI
 
 
MAS Building and Renovation, LLC
5.0
6 Verified Ratings
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(734) 991-9724
31172 Grand River
Farmington, MI 48336

Serving Detroit, MI
 

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Cost to Remodel a Bathroom in Detroit

Most homeowners spent between:
$5,420 - $11,904
Average Cost:
$8,462
Min cost:
$3,000
Max cost:
$18,000

Reviews of Detroit Bathroom Remodelers

Project: Remodel a Bathroom
Oak Park, MI w

The estimate was detailed. I received good advice about the selection of materials. Robert worked with me when I made changes. The work was done on time.

 
Project: Remodel a Bathroom
Ferndale, MI w

Bob Phillips was an excellent salesman and extremely knowledgable about the project. The work was done in a timely and clean manner and the workmanship is second to none...High marks in the final product...

 
Project: Remodel a Bathroom
Southgate, MI w

We had several issues, but the company made good on all their promises and the job was completed to our satisfaction . Quality is outstanding!

 

Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Detroit, Michigan

D.A.C.O. Construction and Home Improvement, Inc.
19111 W. Ten Mile Rd. Ste. #212
Southfield, MI 48075
Woodmaster Kitchens
24420 Harper Ave.
Saint Clair Shores, MI 48080
Pointe Realty & Aec
4609 Clinton Dr.
Clarkston, MI 48346
Mitch Harris Building Company, Inc.
211 N. 1st St. Ste. 100
Brighton, MI 48116
Econo Design and Construction, Inc.
19505 Grandview St.
Detroit, MI 48219

Things to Consider Before You Start a Bathroom Makeover Project:

  • How extensively do you want to remodel your bathroom?
  • Shower / Bath
  • Toilet
  • Cabinets / Vanity
  • Countertops
  • Sinks
  • Flooring

Ideas & Inspiration from Detroit Addition & Remodeling Contractors


Detroit Bathroom Remodels

Bathrooms are intensely personal. From the daily grooming process to long stress-relieving showers and soaks in the bathtub and everything in between, older or poorly designed bathrooms can put a drag on the daily activity of your home life. From the bare half bath to the luxury master bathroom, optimizing these spaces in your home is critical to both the value of your home and your personal enjoyment and quality of life. Plus, no matter where you live in the Motor City area, homeowners can benefit from wise bathroom accessorizing including cabinets, hardware, and towel racks among other items.

The Overall Merit
As you might expect, the resale value of your bathroom remodel may be depressed with the downtick of property values associated with "the housing crisis." While many homeowners are certainly feeling the crunch of these declining property values, the harm is far from universal. You don't need to be told that the Motor City feels the tides of the economy more than most U.S. cities, but there are still several residential areas where house values remain fairly stable. Plus, if you're not planning on selling your home in the next year or two, a bathroom remodel you complete this month can still pay off big down the road when you sell your home in a different economic climate.

Time and time again, we try to emphasize to homeowners across the country not to become obsessed with resale values of remodeling projects. The most important litmus test is whether you will enjoy your new bathroom. Making your small bathrooms feel more roomy and adding, for example, a whirlpool tub to a larger bathroom space will pay personal dividends that won't compare to any abstract, additional home equity.

Bathroom Renovation
Remodeling and renovation are undoubtedly synonyms, but remodeling generally refers to the phenomenon and process of reinvigorating an area of your home. Renovation refers to the nuts and bolts of tearing out old fixtures and replacing them with new ones. Thus, a bathroom remodel can encompass little more than a cosmetic redecorating of your bathroom. More comprehensive remodeling projects include a complete renovation that entails tearing out your bathroom to even the wall studs. Naturally, these projects also see a considerable jump in price, but there's a long-term benefit to complete renovation. Particularly in older homes in Detroit, bathroom renovation can help you catch plumbing leaks and sub-walling and sub-flooring deterioration. You don't want to paint your bathroom, for example, if there's a chance your drywall is going to begin to show water damage in the next few years.

Contractors
With the popularity of bathroom remodels follows a good number of Detroit bathroom remodeling contractors. This is good news for you and your home. Where other areas of the home improvement industry suffer from an insufficient supply of professionals, you can find quite a few contractors who will give you estimates for your bathroom project. Use this competition to get the best price for your bathroom certainly, but many homeowners choose contractors who don't give the lowest bid. The most important part of the selection process should be finding someone you can rely on to show up on an agreed-upon schedule, and to do a quality job. In other words, you want to find a contractor whose philosophy matches the vision you have for your bathroom and who gives the lowest bid without cutting corners.